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rod
11-09-2009, 9:07 AM
cfc.wset.com
ABC 13
November 6, 2009

Gun Surrender Event Yields No Guns

Lynchburg, VA - A gun surrender event didn't pull any weapons off the
street, but police say it brought the community together.

Dozens of young people gathered at the Diamond Hill Center for the
event sponsored by Churches United For Service, the Lynchburg Police
(web) Foundation, and the LPD.

It's the sixth gun surrender event the groups have held. So far,
they've collected 11 guns.

Each person who has turned one in has been entered for a chance to win
this Chevy Impala, an old police vehicle.

Even though they didn't get any guns Thursday night, police say this
was great for strengthening the neighborhood.

Maj. Wayne Duff with the Lynchburg Police Department said, "By working
with our community, our faith based community, our business community,
all of us are the reasons I think that we're experiencing low crime
right now. And that's good for us."

Major Duff says they plan to hold a couple more surrender events
before drawing for the car on December 19th.
:rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:

thy95
11-09-2009, 10:12 AM
That is sad. No guns turn in for this certain event . Major FAIL

slik556
11-09-2009, 11:30 AM
Gee breaks my heart.... none of the crooks in that county needed a car.....
My deepest sympathy go out to the Lynchburg Police.:smilielol5: No news crew for the big story, no cool photos of all the high power assault weapons, no deadly single shot 22lr's off the streets.. I guess the people in Lynchburg have figured out that these are a joke...

slik556
11-09-2009, 11:34 AM
Each person who has turned one in has been entered for a chance to win
this Chevy Impala, an old police vehicle.



Kind of ironic: possibly a crook rolling in a ex cop cruiser....:rofl2:
I bet they will know what the back seat looks like.